Piura, November 14 (RHC) -- Ollanta Humala, the president of Peru, met on Thursday morning in Piura with his Ecuadorian counterpart Rafael Correa, to discuss existing bilateral projects, as well as to sign a series of new agreements.
During a joint press conference, the Ecuadorian head of state expressed his govenrment's commitment to fulfill all accords signed with Peru, adding both countries are working together for the benefit of their peoples.
President Humala said that both Peru and Ecuador have a "common path" to overcome the key problem, which is inequality in Latin America.
Social welfare, security and defense, productive and environmental affairs, infrastructure and connectivity, were on the meeting's agenda.
Both leaders also assesed several development projects in communities located along their common border.
Correa was welcomed on Thursday with full military honors on his arrival at the airport in Piura.
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